Johnny Depp Lists His Penthouse Collection In L.A.
It’s typical for celebrities to combine units to create a larger home, but Johnny Depp isn’t your typical celebrity. Known for his offbeat style and outlandish movie roles, the star took a completely different approach to the idea – he bought five adjacent penthouses in downtown Los Angeles, kept them largely separate, and lived in them like rooms in a home.
Now, he’s selling his collection of Art Deco spaces that span 11,500-square-feet in the Eastern Columbia Building for $12.78 million. Click through to see the five units that Johnny and his ex-wife Amber Heard once shared.
Built in the 1930s and renovated in 2007, the penthouses sit atop a building in downtown Los Angeles that’s known for its four-sided clock tower.
This casual space has a lived-in feel, thanks to a tufted, worn-in leather sofa, layers of throw pillows and blankets. An eclectic gallery wall adds character.
If this library is any indication, Johnny is well-read. Bright book spines peek out from mahogany wood shelves, while a blue velvet chair provides the perfect perch for reading.
The eclectic eat-in kitchen has a decorated feel, with a butcher’s block island, velvet banquet seating and quirky curiosities throughout.
Ornate moldings on the island bring old-world charm to the space.
A grand gilded mirror centers a gallery wall that looks slightly offbeat — perfectly in line with Depp’s signature style.
What look like orange taffeta drapes make a sweeping statement in this office space just off the bedroom.
Bright hues continue into the bedroom, where a predominantly blue room has a moody, boho vibe that’s as bold as Depp’s personality.
Zebra-printed wallpaper compliments the mosaic tile that envelops the shower.
This eat-in kitchen has a kitschy, futuristic look.
A vibrant mural is reminiscent of director Tim Burton’s wacky animated characters.
Blue sponged walls and Victorian light fixtures are an interesting mix in this space.
A small patio is surrounded by overgrown plants and wall vines.
The pool is the most modern space, with spare patio furniture and a simple rectangular shape.